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You can be an integral part of preserving and protecting our open spaces

Douglas County Open Space Advisory Committee seeks volunteers to fill 3 vacancies

Posted on January 31, 2024 2024News and Events


Douglas County’s Open Space properties are among the most cherished and beautiful spaces on the Front Range, and you can be a part of the mission to protect these public lands for future generations.

Consider volunteering to fill one of three vacancies on Douglas County’s Open Space Advisory Committee. There is one opening in District I (northeastern Douglas County including Lone Tree and Parker) and two at-large vacancies. The Open Space Advisory Committee is composed of 11 members who make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners on the disbursement of funds from the voter-approved Open Space, Trails and Parks Fund and other issues concerning open spaces and trails. View the work of the Open Space Advisory Committee on our webpage.

Members should be available to meet on the first Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. at the Philip S. Miller Building in Castle Rock. Online applications may be submitted by Friday, Feb. 16. For additional information, contact the Douglas County Commissioners’ Office at 303-660-7401.

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